Thermaltake AH T200 Snow Edition Case Review
Peter Donnell / 3 months ago
Around 10 months ago, I reviewed the Thermaltake AH T600 Snow Edition. It’s one of the biggest, heaviest and frankly, weirdest PC cases I’ve ever reviewed! It was impressive, but it was too big and cumbersome for me to really love it. Thankfully, Thermaltake seems well aware of this and have returned with a much more compact Micro-ATX. Of course, it’s still a pretty big case and may even end up being the biggest and heaviest Micro-ATX case I’ve ever tested; not that I would expect anything else from a PC case that was modelled on a helicopter and treated with thick steel and five tempered glass windows!
Thermaltake AH T200 Snow Edition
Smaller, but still pretty mighty, the AH T200 Snow Edition is certainly well equipped. It features two larger 5mm tempered glass side panel windows, and three more 3mm tempered glass windows on the angular front panel. While the case can also handle 120/140mm fans and 240mm or 280mm radiators for cooling, its design is pretty open-air so airflow should be decent enough as standard.
Check out my review of the larger Thermaltake AH T600 Snow Edition here.
- mini-ITX/Micro-ATX Motherboard Support
- Five Tempered Glass Windows
- Hybrid Open-Air Design
- Durable Build Quality
- Available in Black or White (Snow Edition)
- Five Expansion Slots
- 2 x 3.5″ or 3 x 2.5″ Drive Mounts
- Fan support – Front: 2 x 120mm or 1 x 120mm / 2 x 140mm or 1 x 140mm
Top: 2 x 120mm or 1 x 120mm / 2 x 140mm or 1 x 140mm
- Radiator Support – Front: 1 x 240mm or 1 x 120mm / 1 x 280mm or 1 x 140mm
What Thermaltake Had to Say
“The AH T200 Snow is a helicopter inspired micro ATX case constructed with solid steel all around, and side vents on each end. It comes with two beautifully designed 4mm tempered glass panels on each side and three 3mm small tempered glass windows at the front not only helps you showcase interior components but also highlights the helicopter design concept.” – Thermaltake